The Voice actor, Erik Todd Dellums, widely known for his role of radio DJ "Three Dog" in the post apocalyptic Bethesda RPG Fallout 3, has just tweeted at the possibility that more could be on the way, exciting Fallout fans everywhere.
HELL YEAHHHHHH .
Double HELL YEAH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A hundred thousand times PLEASE!!!!!
So this means that it's not taking place another 100/200 years in the future...you know with Three Dog still being in the game. I wonder if you'll be playing the the lone wanderer again. Facing the world a few years later after the waters of life machine has been turned on
it's just his voice actor, he can do other voices as well you know
Well if thats the case he would of done other voices in Fallout 3 but he didn't. He just did the one, meaning he's probably playing himself again or at leas the son of Three Dog
Fallout 4 is probably my most anticipated game that isn't even announced it. However, it's fairly obvious they're working on it in some capacity.
Half Life 3.
Wow people must know you really well to be able to disagree with your most anticipated game, lol.
Cool...going to play fallout 3 & fallout NV now
at the same time?
Already played the shit out of these games :D
AWESOME. As long as it isn't as glitchy as the past 2 games have been at times, I'm down for it now baby.
I really don't care, I just want more fallout
I want more Fallout too, but I don't want to pay for a broken, unfinished game. The fact that so many people have no problem doing that is the same reason why we continue to get unfinished and rushed games.
Awesome. Hopefully the engine runs better on Next Gen hardware.
I'd be excited as long as Bethesda have nothing to do with it. Crap over rated devs
Considering the environment and atmosphere of Fallout 3, I would say they're well-suited for the role. Considering the writing, I agree with you; they should have Obsidian do the writing and Bethesda do the world.
You do realize you're talking about the makers of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2007 Game of the Year), Fallout 3 (2008 Game of the Year), and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (which sold over 7 million copies the first week). With these three games combined, the company has made around $1.4 billion. If you don't like the way they make games, go to a different post, because I'm sure mostly everyone who reads this wouldn't agree with you saying they are over-rated. They put in better graphics than any other video game so unless you're stuck in Super Mario World, get with the picture. Or just go back to playing Treyarch games.
Game of the year and sales means nothing in well aware of who Bethesda are, Graphically there games are nothing special until they are heavily modded on a pc. There are countless developers out there who can make and have made more visually stunning games. Implying I play treyarch titles are laughable. I have been an elder scrolls fan since Daggerfall and played the original Fallout, the fact of the matter is Bethesda release titles with game breaking bugs in them constantly and then take forever to fix an issue. They can't even get there dlc to work on a ps3 which is a bit pathetic. Even on the pc the games are reasonably week and are only thriving because of the modifications made by the community. I like the games I just think the developers are overly hyped nothing they do is ground breaking and they have never made a game without controller shattering bugs, I believe there are other more competent teams out there that could make a better game with the title.
E3 2013... Shit just got real.
Upcoming E3 will be epic
2013 with Fallout 4, The Last of Us, GTA 5, Bishock: Infinite, Tomb Raider, MGS: Ground Zeroes and etc will be best gaming year to date .
god of war ascension , beyond, ni no kuni and MGS:R the list go on and on
Don't forget Elder Scrolls Online.
Plz be next gen
I'm with you on that
I would be quite ok with them using a polished up version of the Skyrim engine. Next gen would be fine as well though, but the wait...
Why not both? Tends to happen late gen.
I actually believe it will be, with the 720 to be out at the end of the year and the PS4 to be in the start of 2014, combined with mid-2013 as the potential ESO launch, they may not have a choice but to make it next gen.
I must be one of the few people who don't find fallout enjoyable any more. Perhaps I've just become bored of wasteland in video games, but I just find the series boring (so much so that I barely got halfway through FNV before I quit). We all knew this was coming with Bethesda fighting so hard to reign in control over the Fallout license, but I was secretly hoping that Bethesda would create a new ip, perhaps in space, using the Skyrim engine. Having said that, if Bethesda add something new to the game (perhaps building up a city by inviting survivors to head there for a new life and resolving problems there as de facto sheriff) I could find it more interesting than Skyrim.
This game should look sweet on next gen consoles!
No you are not alone. The first Fallout was fun but that was about all I needed - it seems the series has been getting buggier and buggier and I'm not sure I'm holding my breath for FO4 if it's going to be more of the same and more of the same buggyness.